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School is an important and common experience where socio emotional and moral development play out.For thisassignment, you will compose a written analysis of two cases tudies.Read the two case studies below.Once you have read each case study, complete the questions below it, and create oneWord document that answersthe questions from Case Study 1 and Case Study 2You may answer each questionindividually (200 word minimum), or you can combine the questions from Case Study 1 and Case Study 2 into a two-page minimumessay. Any sources used, including the textbook, must be cited and referenced according to APA guidelines.Case Study 1:Angela is 10 years old. Her parents divorced when she was about eight-months old,and she spent a lot of time with her grandmother until she was about five.Her mother was working,and her father no longer lived in the area.Angela has recently moved to a new location with her mom (farther from her grandma and in to a new school district).Imagine that you are Angelaâs guidance counselor. Her teacher came to you recently and said, âAngela is really quite intelligent and super creative, but I have noticedshe is having a difficult time making friends.Do you think you could help her?âOf course you are willing to help one of your students, and you begin by observing Angela on the playground.You have decided to have a couple of meetings with Angela to get to know her and then hope to bring her mom into theconversation.Using your developmental psychology background (e.g.,attachment, temperament, self-esteem), determine the following:1.What type of attachment would you predictthat Angela has with her caregivers?How would you predict that thishas impacted her adjustment?2.In psychology, we know that labels can be dangerous.How would you have a conversation with Angelaâs motherabout how Angelaâs temperament and peer status might be impacting her adjustment without giving Angela anegative label?3.You have the impression after meeting with Angela and her mother that they are on-board with being proactive in creating positive change for Angela.What three steps would you suggest Angela and her mother take that wouldimprove Angelaâs self-esteem and emotional maturity?Case Study 2:Thanks to your work as her guidance counselor, Angela has made a successful transition and has friends at her newschool.Furthermore, she hasbeen asked to participate in a program as a peer mentor.Angelaâs school has a great deal of socioeconomic, racial, and cultural diversity.Unfortunately, there has been a significant amount of bullying due toperceptions regarding differences.Angelaâs role is to help other kids in her elementary school make prosocial decisionsaround the issue of bullying.1.How may the role of Angelaâs peers in her life be changing as she is in middle childhood?2.What important factors have researchers discoveredthat increase the likelihood of bullying?3.Given what you have learned about moral development in this unit, how would Kohlberg approach Angela and herpeers given his theory of moral development? What if Angela is to create a plan for much younger studentsâsuch as kindergarteners?4.If Angela wasworking with her female peers, would you recommend a different strategy? Would that align withGilliganâs perspective?

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